This puzzle was invented by Okan Özelmas.
Puzzle and Goal
An unsolved puzzle consists of a rectangular grid. Along the top and side are two sets of numbered clues.
The goal is to create a snaking path through the grid that satisfies the clues.
The solved grid must satisfy the following conditions:
Each cell in the solved grid is either empty or contains a diagonal line.
The number of diagonal lines in each direction in each rank is indicated by the numbered clues along the top and side.
The snaking path is one cell wide throughout, entering in one place and exiting in another.
Not all cells contain part of the path; cells that don't are empty.